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Pseudo Touchscreen Domia X10

Posted on May 13, 2007 by , with 7501 views

Pseudo Touchscreen Domia X10

The Pseudo touchscreen Domia X10 looks like an LCD screen with a pressure sensitive layer. However, as you look more closely it is a conventional photo frame with an added pressure sensitive layer underneath.

The device works by placing a photograph of a room you wish to control onto the upper layer. The lighting can then be controlled by applying pressure to the corresponding areas, much like a touch screen. As each appliance is pressed, the devices will react instantaneously.

The downside of this gadget is that the picture has to be cut and pasted and formatted within a word template and scaled to the correct proportions. Configuring the picture via a better interface would be much improved and alleviate the burden of setting it up yourself.

The contraption retails at 200 and whilst it may look flash in your home, the image will no doubt fade over time due to the penetrating Ultra Violet rays and appears as a tacky version of an LCD equivalent. A good idea, but at this price and standard, I can't see it being touched by many.

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Submitted by Kendall

At last! Something clear I can undertasnd. Thanks!

Submitted by Shivshanka

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